Recommendations made following
superintendent’s review of LHHS catchment area
The Anglophone West School District Education Council has received a report from Superintendent David
McTimoney following his review of the Leo Hayes High School (LHHS) catchment
in the report include:
the applicable Nashwaak Valley catchment area as it is at the present time,
with students staying at Devon Middle School (DMS) and LHHS.
the area of Zionville Road in greater depth and in collaboration with the
families to determine a possible move to Stanley Consolidated School in the
the high school catchment area for Keswick Valley Memorial School (KVMS)
students currently at LHHS to Fredericton High School (FHS). Students in current Grades 8 to 12 would be
grandfathered until graduation from LHHS.
divide the community of Maugerville at Portobello Drive, resulting in students
attending school in Fredericton.
the high school catchment area between Burton Bridge and Princess Margaret
Bridge (currently at LHHS) to FHS.
and elementary students would continue to attend DMS and Barker’s Point
Elementary School as opposed to Bliss Carman Middle School and schools in the
Town of Oromocto. Students in current
Grades 8 to 12 would be grandfathered until graduation from LHHS.
monitor the out of catchment transfer requests associated with attendance at
LHHS to prevent inadvertent contributions to increased enrolment; an accurate
tracking system is required.
in the report are considerations for the future should the crowding issue
continue at LHHS.
The DEC is
scheduled to make a decision on the report at its public meeting on January 26,